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Microadventure T-shirts: any size, any colour. Special Offer!

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The Microadventure t-shirts have been a popular addition to many people’s Year of Microadventure challenge.

Unfortunately, because my vast business shipping empire actually consists of me putting the shirts into envelopes myself in my spare bedroom, I have not been able to carry much stock. This means I haven’t been able to cater for all different shapes and sizes, nor for people’s personal preferences of colour.

And so howies have come to the rescue!

For one week only, microadventure t-shirts will be available in every size imaginable, for both male and female. And, best of all, you can take your pick of any colour shirt you fancy. All are hand printed with ‘Microadventure’ on the front as in the picture above.

These are custom made (each one is made for you), made with care, and ephemeral (it’s now or never).

Plus, to say thank you for all your support of the microadventure movement, I’m also making my Microadventures book half price for the week too. All copies will be signed.
It’s a perfect chance to pick up the book and get some ideas for your summer adventures. Or, if you’ve already bought the book [thanks!], then this is a chance to buy presents for friends that will make you look more generous than you actually are…

On top of that, I’m also going to bung a mappazine from my walk across India into the mix for every customer too (worth £5).

So, if you like the sound of this, snap it up now!

This offer ends at bedtime on Sunday night, so don’t delay!

You’ll look extra cool for the Summer Solstice Microadventure Challenge which is coming next week…


Offer has now finished…

T-shirts still for sale here.

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